In November at Libraries Tasmania, we are trying out new things, engaging with different ideas, and developing skills!
Developing skills and thinking a little differently is a great way to keep your mind active and engaged. Whether you’re looking for a new hobby, rediscovering one of your passions or interested in meeting people, we can help you along the way.
November events and workshops:
- Tuesday or Thursday Book Club at Devonport Library
- Coffee, Cake & Computers – Find events and things to do at Glenorchy Library
- Join Chess Club Thursdays or Kingston Writers’ Space at Kingston Library
- Family History Research Help, Book Chatters, and Fiona McIntosh author reading at Rosny Library
- Facebook Basics at Ulverstone Library
- Author Talk: Cold Coast by Robyn Mundy at Hobart Library
- Photo editing using your device, organising your digital photos or learn to Crochet at George Town Library
- Develop your English language skills with English Conversation Group at Smithton Library
- Attend a History Room Session at the State Library History Room
Learn something new online…
Are you keen to learn, but can’t come into the library in person? If so, you might be interested in reading the Tasmanian Archives and Heritage blog, viewing one of our online exhibitions or watching one of the incredible films from the Tasmanian Archives.
If you have a special interest that isn’t covered in one of our workshops, try searching the Libraries Tasmania catalogue and order a book on the topic via our holds service.
November for the kids…
The little ones are always learning, and as usual, we have something to engage the youngest to the oldest of the lot.
- Young Writers and Young Artists at Devonport Library
- Storytime at Smithton Library
- Play & Learn at Bridgewater Library
Our events do book out, so make sure you register today!
To find out what’s on offer, search for Libraries Tasmania on Eventbrite, or check directly with your local library.